*** My apologies to those of you who received this via email on Monday. When I realized my timing was off (still battling the temporal confusion of jet lag, apparently :)), I deleted it. Sorry about that – here it is again. Happy Wednesday! ***
I imagine being out walking with me, is a little like being out with a dog that stops in front of every conceivable lamp post. Good thing I was not on a leash – I would have driven my fellow compadres bonkers with my constant stops and starts – with every spotted vignette. Last week’s trip to Seattle’s NWFGS offered up plenty of things to see, but the one that evoked instant joy in me – just about every time I saw it- were the safety lights adorning the escalators, reflected into perpetuity. You had to wade through them to get on the escalator. To capture it, I held up the line of eager, impatient visitors for what must have been – heavens forbid – several seconds at a time. Some might have scowled at me, but I don’t care. I honestly think they should have thanked me for showing them one of the more interesting features of the five-day event. As for the show itself – more on that, along with some highlights, in my next post.